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  • noun Scotland Plural form of scrag.

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Examples

  • You're supposed to call us all fat Midwestern scrags and misspell words a lot so we can continue to make fun of you. ahahahaahahahahahahahahah STONEY!!!!!

    Dlisted - Be Very Afraid

  • And sometimes its just too amusing to watch blog scrags and making sensible comments would just spoil the fun.

    Trenberth on Statistics « Climate Audit

  • Carefully trim the scrags of mutton, remove the pith from the bones, and wipe with a damp cloth; break these and the shank bones into very small pieces; put them into an enamelled saucepan, well covered with cold water; add a teaspoonful of salt, stand on the stove, and when it boils up remove the scum very carefully.

    The Art of Living in Australia

  • Here the chalk of the Sussex backbone (which has been plumped over and sleeked by the flesh of the valley) juts forth, like the scrags of

    Springhaven

  • “Simply ran into his pails — as anyone might,” said Mr. Polly, “and out he comes and scrags me!”

    The History of Mr. Polly

  • It was simple enough for THEM to imitate nature; and here followed several merry tales of the ruses “the scrags” resorted to.

    Two Tales of Old Strasbourg

  • There were white houses covered in the scrags of last year's vines and decked with bright geraniums and bougainvillea; mules were ploughing; boiler-suited growers were bent bum-up amid perfect lines of vegetables; a palm tree shaded the road where hens were swimming in the dust.

    Excerpt: Driving Over Lemons by Chris Stewart

  • Three sorry scrags tried to sneak through on the last shift.

    Betrayal

  • Carefully trim the scrags of mutton, remove the pith from the bones, and wipe with a damp cloth; break these and the shank bones into very small pieces; put them into an enamelled saucepan, well covered with cold water; add a teaspoonful of salt, stand on the stove, and when it boils up remove the scum very carefully.

    The Art of Living in Australia ; together with three hundred Australian cookery recipes and accessory kitchen information by Mrs. H. Wicken

  • Our scanty mutton scrags on Fridays, and rather more savoury, but grudging, portions of the same flesh, rotten-roasted or rare, on the Tuesdays.

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